- 1st Home Razed As Part Of N.J. Sandy Buyout Program The first of four planned home demolitions in a superstorm Sandy-ravaged community has begun. An excavator's claw ripped through 25 years of memories at Martin and Theresa Kuczynski's Sayreville home.
- $23 Million Beach Replenishment Project Under Way At Robert Moses State Park Summer preparation is under way at Robert Moses State Park. Roughly 400,000 cubic yards of sand is being dredged and will pumped on to hurricane-damaged beaches.
- Schumer: NYC 'Taking Its Sweet Time' Distributing Federal Sandy Aid Schumer said he fought last year for the federal aid in Congress but it's not getting to those in need fast enough.
- Superstorm Sandy Victims: NYC Build It Back Program Needs Rebuilding One speaker claimed that of the more than 25,000 residents who applied for aid through the Build It Back program, none have received a payout.
- N.J. Sandy Rebuilding Program Labeled 'Colossal Failure,' 'Disaster' By Some Pols New Jersey Senate president Steve Sweeney held an event Wednesday in Perth Amboy to push for his proposed Sandy Bill Of Rights. The bill is designed to better inform and interact with victims of the Oct. 2012 storm.
- Report: Hard-Hit N.J. Communities Saw Little Of Superstorm Sandy Money Millions of dollars in federal superstorm Sandy aid meant to rebuild New Jersey homes went to projects far away from the counties hardest hit by the storm.
- Sandy Fails To Keep Tourists Away From New Jersey The Garden State raked in more tourism dollars in 2013 than it did in 2009 and 2011, and it was only slightly behind the nearly $40 million record set in 2012.
- Stories From Main Street: Turning Sandy Debris Into Works Of Art The pieces of art are made up of pieces of people's lives swept up in the Oct. 2012 storm. Toms River artist Gregg Hinlicky created 28 collages with the debris he recovered.
- State Lawmakers To Look Into NJ TRANSIT's Super Bowl Planning Initially, next month's Senate Oversight Committee hearing was to focus on superstorm Sandy and the decision to store trains in flood-prone areas. But the focus will be expanded to examine other recent problems.
- Christie Announces Plans To Distribute New Wave Of Federal Sandy Aid The governor touted a second round of federal funding to the tune of $1.46 billion to help Sandy victims. Christie promised nearly half of the money would go towards housing.